European Journal of Current Legal Issues

The European Journal of Current Legal Issues (EJoCLI) is the oldest open access legal eJournal in Europe, first published in 1995 as the Web Journal of Current Legal Issues and retitled to reflect a more European context in 2015.  It is refereed, focusing on issues which are topical and important within the field of law. The Journal is currently edited at the School of Law, Lancaster University.  From 1995 to 2012 it was published at Newcastle University and between 2012 to 2016 at the School of Law, Queen's University of Belfast. Issues prior to 2013 are now held on BAILII and are available here.  The URL for the journal is  The contents are also available under the previous URL of

Vol 22, No 3 (2016): EJoCLI

Table of Contents


Lance Armstrong - It Wasn't Just About The Bike HTML
Peter Charlish
Are Lawyers Alienated Workers? HTML
Daniel Carl Newman
Measuring the impact, quality and effectiveness of legal assistance services in a climate of reduced funding and increased government expectations: the Australian experience HTML
Liz Sara Curran, Andrew Crockett
“Now I understand what you were trying to do, I see that this was the best module I had at University”: Student Learning Expectations Reviewed Eight Years Later HTML
Tamara Hervey, Jamie Wood


Too entrenched to be challenged? A commentary on the rule against contractual penalties post Cavendish v Makdessi and ParkingEye v Beavis HTML
Alex Nicholson

Case Notes

Which is the Applicable Law in Recovery of Losses from an Uninsured Driver? Moreno v The Motor Insurers’ Bureau [2016] UKSC 52 HTML
Katy Ferris, James Marson

Book Reviews

How To Save Our Town Centres: A radical agenda for the future of high streets HTML
Jill Dickinson
Hilary Sommerlad, Sonia Harris-Short, Steven Vaughan and Richard Young (Eds) The futures of legal education and the legal profession HTML
Emma Jane Jones

ISSN: 2059-0881